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Open London scheme
In response to his commitment to improve the quality of life in London for visitors and those who live and work in the city, the Mayor has launched the Open London scheme.
There has been a 40 per cent decline in public toilets in the capital since 1999 and this scheme sets out to increase access to toilets across London by asking businesses to open up their toilets for people to use.
Asda, Austin Reed (Regents Street only), Borders, John Lewis, Marks and Spencer, Sainsbury’s, Tesco, and Viyella (Regents Street only) have signed up to the Open London scheme, which will let even more people know that they are welcome to use their customer toilets if they need to.
Open London will promote businesses that allow the public to use customer toilet facilities, where available and during opening times in London, without the need to make a purchase. Please see terms and conditions for additional details.
To register your business for the scheme, please complete the registration of interest form.
For general information about existing public toilets in your local area, please see the list of public toilets, to be redirected to information in your local borough.
Tube toilet map
To help plan your day, TfL also produce a range of accessibility guides that includes a Tube Toilet map, which details the locations of toilet and baby changing facilities on the Tube network.
Find my nearest’ service on Your London
Alternatively you can also search for public toilets in London by using the ‘find my nearest’ service on Your London - the official online guide to London’s public and community services.
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